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Accounts Receivable Job Description Template
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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE (JOB DESCRIPTION) SAMPLE
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This job description (JD) describes the core job duties of accounts receivable occupation:

MAIN TASKS:

1) Monitor receivables unapplied cash balances.

2) Prepare customers account reconciliations.

3) Analyze discrepancies open items.

4) Identify discrepancies between projected revenues input vs capitation payment backup.

5) Work with account managers group accounts and varies units to reconcile and research plan discrepancies between revenue cash receipts.

6) Review all unposted cash receipts registers for employer groups for receipts recorded.

7) Ensure that cash receipts match daily deposit totals.

8) Identify past due slow paying accounts with clients or account managers.

9) Assist in reconciliations by comparing balances to daily book balance reporting any discrepancies to manager - a/r or a/r supervisor.

10) Assist accounts receivable supervisor manager – a/r in preparing quarterly accounts receivable reports.

11) Support manager - a/r director in annual audit preparation.

12) Apply principles of accounting maintains the financial records in a manner consistent with generally accepted accounting principles.

13) Provide support back-up for revenue input cash receipts processing.

* OTHER WORK DUTIES MAY BE DESCRIBED BASED ON THE BUSINESS/INDUSTRY NEEDS FROM - ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE - POSITION.


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